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Site ranking is down after moving site to new domain

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by CAknowledge.in, Feb 6, 2018.

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    Hii Recently i moved my website from caknowledge.in to https://caknowledge.com domain but after 20 days of transfer i lost of all rankings, can anyone please guide me how i can recover my rankings back, please guide me as soon possible....
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    CAknowledge.in, Feb 6, 2018 IP
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  2. mrb1129

    mrb1129 Active Member

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    Have you properly 301 redirected your all pages from the old domain to the new one?
     
    mrb1129, Feb 6, 2018 IP
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    As 'mrb129' says, you must redirect all your old URLs to the new domain URLs from within the '.htaccess' file. Make sure you setup also 301 redirect from www to non-www or vice versa.
     
    OnlineWorkIdeas_com, Feb 6, 2018 IP
  4. CAknowledge.in

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    yes i setup all redirects properly via .htaccess and 301 redirect work properly
     
    CAknowledge.in, Feb 6, 2018 IP
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    jennypitula Greenhorn

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    You have to do proper 301 redirection then only we can expect 100% positive things from the previous domain. But At the same time you have to follow one thing we have to provide good services then only your ranking of new domain boost up if the quality of your provided services deteriorated then you can not expect ranking.
     
    jennypitula, Feb 6, 2018 IP
  6. Lauriat

    Lauriat Peon

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    set up 301 redirects, make change of address in webmaster tools, if old domain and new domain content is pretty much the same then rankings should transfer without problem, you may lose some position due to redirect slightly dissipating little link power.
     
    Lauriat, Feb 7, 2018 IP
  7. Naksh

    Naksh Greenhorn

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    Keep up with your efforts and you will get back. You don't need to worry as these rankings which go down can be brought up too!
     
    Naksh, Feb 7, 2018 IP
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    iwebsocial Well-Known Member

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    You have to make 301 redirections for all your pages. Make sure that you have submitted a site change request from Google webmasters account. It is very important steps. Make sure you have done it.
     
    iwebsocial, Feb 7, 2018 IP
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    BaneSrbija Peon

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    If the 301 redirect is present, and both domains are still functional, your website may be in the "transition period", though I see you mentioned it was 20 days after you moved your website. What else comes to mind... disable the authentication/password protection required to access the content on the new website... inform Google that the site has moved through the “change of address” option in the old domains account in Google Search Console... submit the sitemap of the new domain to Google via Search Console.
     
    BaneSrbija, Feb 8, 2018 IP